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Bromsgrove Young  Musicians Platform
OPEN TO MUSICIANS AGED 9-17
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The Platform Team

   
   
   
MONICA TOSO (DEPUTY CHAIRMAN OF BIMC and CHAIRMAN OF THE PLATFORM)  
A graduate of the University of Kansas, Monica has lived in the UK for over twenty years with her husband and three talented musical sons, supporting them at the Junior Birmingham Conservatoire. Monica is an independent teacher of Italian up to A level. She is passionate about ensuring that young people receive every possible opportunity to develop their musical and linguistic talents.   
   
   
   
   
   
ALASTAIR MOSELEY FICE FCIWEM  (DEPUTY CHAIRMAN OF BIMC)  
Alastair is honorary vice president of the Chartered Institution of Water and  Environmental Management. He lives in Bromsgrove, and, with other members of his musical family, helped form the community-based Orchestra of St John.    
   
   
   
   
HAZEL WHITEFOOT   
From the age of nine, Hazel has played the French horn. She graduated in Music and Economics and following twenty-one years as a peripatetic brass teacher with Worcestershire County Council she is now a highly respected freelance musician and teacher. Hazel has played with a range of professional and amateur ensembles in the Midlands area and is the current Chairman of both the Wyre Forest and the Chandos Symphony Orchestras. More recently she has performed as a soloist.   
   
   
   
   
GEOFF STRONG   
Geoff Strong supports the platform as a Governor of Bromsgrove School. He and his wife Sue are members of the Kidderminster Valentines Choir, organising concerts such as the Cancer Research UK Festival of Brass & Voices held at The Royal Albert Hall, and helping charities to raise funds.    

Applications

The 2019 Platform takes place between 21st to 23rd February 2019 in Routh Concert Hall at Bromsgrove School. Please read on to find out how you can compete or join us in the audience to support our young musicians.

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The Young Musicians' Platform depends entirely on public generosity. Charities, commercial and professional organisations also give generous help to enable musicians to fulfil their potential. We would welcome your help too.

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